The Morning Heat Pack 04/28/2020


South Korean Officials Claim They Know Kim Jong Un’s Location

Florida Drivers Warned to Watch for Aggressive Mating on the Road

Pentagon Declassifies Three UFO Videos Shot by Naval Pilots

New York State

State Board of Elections Cancels New York Presidential Primary

NY Farmers Commend Governor Cuomo’s Plan to Send Excess Milk to Food Banks

DEC to Schenectady: That Was NOT an Alligator

Amid Pandemic, Cuomo Rebounds With Upstate, Republican Voters


NFL Considering Major Schedule Changes for 2020 Season

2020 NFL Draft: Biggest Post-Draft Questions for All 32 Teams

Patriots Draftee Justin Rohrwasser to Remove Controversial Tattoo

Ranking Every NBA Draft Class of the 2000’s

2021 NFL Mock Draft

Hero Swap: Captain America and Achilles


Prince Harry Records Message for Thomas the Tank Engine’s 75 Anniversary

‘Jurassic Park’ Star Joe Mazzello: I’m Not Coming Back to the Franchise Yet

‘Price Is Right’ Announcer George Gray Recovering From Three Heart Attacks

Krispy Kreme Rolling out Three New Donuts

Australian Reptile Park Launches New Virtual Tour

Meal Time with The Kiiid

Over the last couple days there has been much talk of food supply shortages and an interruption in the supply chain from distributors and wholesalers due to the coronavirus.

In times of crisis society must adapt in order to survive, which is why we need to take a step back and allow responsible Americans to raise their own food. A number of localities allow residents to raise chickens with certain restrictions depending on the location and size of the property. 

While I’m not arguing for people to start their own large scale chicken operations in their garage, or to slaughter chickens on their front lawn, reasonably loosening regulations on the ownership of chickens could help communities mitigate the loss of poultry and eggs in the coming weeks.

Besides, fresh eggs just plain taste better!

Quarantine Sweet and Spicy Grilled Wings

  • 1 Package of whole chicken wings
  • Salt & Pepper
  • +/- 1/2 tbsp cayenne pepper
  • 1/2 cup brown sugar


  • 4 Tbsp Salted Butter
  • 1/2 Cup Honey
  • 1/4 Cup Buffalo Sauce
  1. Lightly salt and pepper the wings.
  2. In a large bowl, mix brown sugar and cayenne pepper. Add wings and coat with mixture. Toss em on the grill, low and slow.
  3. In a small sauce pan heat the butter. Add the honey and buffalo sauce. Low and Slow.
  4. Once the wings are cooked through and beginning to crisp, throw them directly into the sauce pan for a quick coat, and then back onto the grill.
  5. Do this until your wings are crispy. Remember low and slow, there is no rush for quarantine wings. 

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